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* Open source JTAG adapter/debugger
* Versatile microcontroller multitool
* Fully assembled and tested
* Tiny 3/4" by 1-7/8" form factor
The GoodFET is an open source JTAG adapter plus universal serial bus (think Bus Pirate, and you're on the right track). Its clever concept is loosely based on TI MSP430 FET UIF and EZ430U boards, and is a delightful variant of the MSP430 FET debugger. And as an agile companion, the GoodFET is great for MSP430 fans who want their very own everyday-use JTAG debugger.
This plucky little tiger has expanded to be useful as a microcontroller multitool, with ‘clients’ for driving, programming and debugging MSP430, Max USB, Chipcon 8051/SPI, JTAG, Chipcon SPI, Nordic RF, AVR, PIC, SPI Flash and more. The PCB is surprisingly thin, and each sweet little GoodFET comes fully assembled - but depending on what you plan to do, you're likely going to need to mount some surface parts. Get source code, schematics, and firmware to feed your new beast at https://svn.code.sf.net/p/goodfet/code goodfet.
GoodFET42 was designed by Travis Goodspeed. These are offered ready-to-use through a collaboration with River Loop Security.
Note: This item is currently fulfilled by a 3rd party and will arrive separately.
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